UW–Madison’s top-ranked College of Engineering is the second largest school/college on campus. Its 6,000 graduate and undergraduate students are the future engineering leaders of Wisconsin. Nearly 1,500 of our students earned their engineering degrees last year.
To meet the growing demand to graduate students with the skills for today’s job market, UW-Madison is strategically investing in building projects on campus.
The economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting UW System and UW-Madison budgets.
As the world wrestles with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, attention has quickly focused on finding solutions to contain the spread of the virus, treat patients, and develop vaccines to protect against infection. Government, health care, and business leaders have turned to major research universities, including the University of Wisconsin–Madison, for help. For researchers to continue their work, they need your help.
As a public research university, the University of Wisconsin relies heavily on research funding from the federal government. UW needs the ongoing support of the federal government to continue its groundbreaking research.
As a public university, UW – Madison relies on state funding and is greatly impacted by Wisconsin’s legislative process. We have a strong history of state support, but that support is shifting and no longer guaranteed. Our main asks of the state are the following: Sustained general support of university operations Approval of capital building […]
The Board voted to approve the speech-protection policy amid disapproval from audience.
Last week’s vote in the Joint Committee on Finance was only one piece of the budget puzzle.
On Wednesday, May 15, at 7:00 p.m. (Central time) the Wisconsin Alumni Association called a select audience of alumni advocates and active UW supporters.